Chilliwack enters three teams in Lower Mainland curling clash

The senior womens’ and men’s playdowns are this weekend at Delta’s Tunnel Town Curling Club.

Chilliwack teams are in action this weekend at Lower Mainland Senior Curling Playdowns.

Both tournaments are being played at Delta’s Tunnel Town Curling Club.

The mens’ bracket is 10 teams strong and includes Chilliwack’s Doug Marshall rink. Marshall is joined by Kevin Britz (third), Ken Britz (second) and Darren Jarvis (lead).

Four teams will qualify for the 2018 B.C. Senior Men’s Curling Championship, which will be held Feb. 20-25 at the Duncan Curling Club.

On the womens’ side, Lisa Deputan leads her team into battle in a six-team field that will also produce four qualifiers.

Deputan is joined by fellow Chilliwackian Kerri Miller (third), and Cloverdale natives Donna Christian (second) and Ann Knopp (lead).

Kelly Jones skips a team of Chilliwack and Hope curlers. She is joined by Chilliwackians Debbie McKinney (third) and Rosalee Floyd (second) and Hope natives Pattie Desjardins (lead) and Natalie Lowe (fifth).

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